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Open Source Completely Underestimates Contributor License Agreements

Reddit’s /r/ProgrammerHumor has recently treated us to this politically incorrect and quite childish little Open Source rant                Obviously, ...
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Services, Microservices, Nanoservices – oh my!

Apparently there’s this new distributed architecture thing called microservices out and about – so last week I went ahead and read Martin Fowler’s & James Lewis’s extensive ...
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Oracle Drops Collection Literals in JDK 8

In a posting on the OpenJDK JEP 186 Oracle’s Brian Goetz informs that Oracle will not be pursuing collection literals as a language feature in JDK8. A collection literal is a syntactic ...
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Testing Lucene’s index durability after crash or power loss

One of Lucene’s useful transactional features is index durability which ensures that, once you successfully call IndexWriter.commit, even if the OS or JVM crashes or power is ...
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Attempt to map WCF to Java terms

By writing this post I’m taking a huge risk of being rejected by both .NET and Java communities. This is an attempt to explain what WCF, which stands for Windows Communication Foundation, ...
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MongoDB 2.6 is out

Introduction MongoDB is evolving rapidly. The 2.2 version introduced the aggregation framework as an alternative to the Map-Reduce query model. Generating aggregated reports is a recurrent ...
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Yet another way to handle exceptions in JUnit: catch-exception

There are many ways of handling exceptions in JUnit (3 ways of handling exceptions in JUnit. Which one to choose?, JUnit ExpectedException rule: beyond basics). In this post I will ...
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Java Rocks More Than Ever

On the TIOBE index, Java and C have been sharing the #1 and #2 rank for a long time now, and with the recent GA release of the JDK 8, things are not going to get any worse for our community. Java ...
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15 Must Read Java 8 Tutorials

Java 8 was released last month and is just chock-full of new features and behind-the-scenes optimizations. The internet has been doing quite a good job covering all these new additions ...
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Tracking Exceptions – Part 4 – Spring’s Mail Sender

If you’ve read any of the previous blogs in this series, you may remember that I’m developing a small but almost industrial strength application that searches log files ...
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